A UPSC aspirant from Patna, Priya Kumari, is on a hunger strike for the last three days. The hunger strike is an attempt to draw the attention of the authorities towards the plight of the students who were not ready for the exams considering the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Lakhs of aspirants of UPSC 2020 prelims have stormed Twitter with #Postpone_Karo_UPSC and are continuously urging the authorities to postpone the exams in light of the coronavirus pandemic. According to these aspirants, they are scared about contracting COVID-19 infection after appearing for UPSC Prelims 2020 that is scheduled on October 4.
The students at Sunbeam College for Women in Varanasi are demanding fee relaxation in light of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the students, the college which is affiliated to MGK Vidyapith had issued a fee submission circular via WhatsApp on September 7.
The Gwalior High Court on Thursday gave two-weeks' time to the Medical Council of India (MCI) to reply in the ongoing matter of 25 "wrongfully" expelled student of Sakshi Medical College in Madhya Pradesh's Guna district. The students told Indiatvnews.com that they have been fighting for the last three years, knocking courts but to no success.
"We worked hard to clear NEET and now we don't even know if we will ever be able to become a doctor," said one of 50 students of the debarred Glocal Medical College, Saharanpur who are uncertain about their future. These 50 students are continuously asking for help and demanding to get transferred to another institution – for the past four years.
The students of the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun are demanding fee relaxation in light of coronavirus pandemic. The Univerity issued a fee notice on August 9 asking the students to pay the fee latest by August 31. According to the circular, the varsity has introduced 'One-time COVID scholarship for AY 2020-21'.
The stories of how India fought to free itself from the shackles of Colonial rules still reverberate in our hearts. From the Great Revolt of 1857 to the attainment of independence in 1947 lakhs of freedom fighters fought to free the country from the British Tyranny. Undoubtedly, this fight would have been incomplete without the participation of women.
A petition was filed by the members of the Grievance Redressal Committee on Thursday against Delhi University for not cooperating and following the court orders amid the ongoing Open Book Examination.
The University of Delhi on Tuesday morning filed an appeal against Delhi High Court's order on Open Book Examinations for final year students.
According to Zomato's Annual report, the pandemic has positively affected the health of the business and accelerated the company's journey towards profitability.
The students of Meerut Institute Engineering and Technology (MIET) are demanding fee relaxation for the current semester in light of coronavirus pandemic. MIET issued a circular on July 28 asking the students to pay the fees latest by August 14.
The Delhi High Court on Friday permitted Delhi University to conduct the online open book examination for the final year students. The online OBE is scheduled to begin on August 10. Several students told indiatvnews.com that they are unhappy with this decision but they did expect it.
The students of ABES Engineering College in Ghaziabad have alleged that the authorities are not allowing those who haven't paid the fees to attend the online classes. The students of the engineering college are continuously demanding that the fees of the current semester be reduced in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The student of GL Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, Greater Noida alleged that the college is 'forcing' them to pay their fee latest by August 4. Students of the college told Indiatvnews.com that they will not be allowed to appear for placement sessions if they fail to pay the fees on time.
The Kashmir University on Monday announced that the MBBS examinations will be postponed till further notice. According to the varsity, the fresh dates for the deferred examinations will be notified separately, later.
Students of the National Institute of Fashion and Technology (NIFT) are demanding a relaxation in their fee this semester in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The Design and Fashion school had issued a notification on July 28, regarding the fee structure for this semester. Talking to India TV Digital, some students said they don't want to pay charges for the library, mess, Alumni funds and medical claims as they are not using these services.
The Assam University has announced to conduct offline examinations from September 8 amid coronavirus pandemic. According to the notice issued by the varsity on July 22, offline exams for terminal semesters of affiliated colleges will be held after the re-opening of the campus.
The MBBS students from the University of Jammu and University of Kashmir are demanding postponement of their examinations citing the difficulties of coronavirus pandemic and slow internet.
The students of Birla Insitute of Technology and Science (BITS) in Pilani are demanding relaxation in the tuition fee of the current semester. BITS Pilani issued a notice on July 15 regarding the fee submission for this semester. According to students, the institute has not asked for mess or hostel charges so far.
Krishna Mohan Medical College and Hospital, Mathura on Tuesday announced that there will be no fee hike in the tuition fees of 2019-batch students till further notice. The announcement came days after the medical college informed students a 7-percent fee hike in the current fee structure.
Netaji Subhash University of Technology (NSUT) on Monday clarified that no fee hike has been declared this year. The varsity's Dean, Prof. Sujata Sengar told indiatvnews.com that the fee structure for the whole course was communicated to the students at the time of their admission.
Kota is a dream city for students who strive to get into one of the prestigious IITs, NITs, and other reputed colleges. However, this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, fear and uncertainty have taken over the city.
Krishna Mohan Medical College and Hospital, Mathura has announced a 7 percent fee hike in the current fee structure amid coronavirus pandemic, students have said. The students and their parents told indiatvnews.com that the college is demanding the updated fees by July 30, otherwise, they will have to pay the penalty fee.
The students of Kanti Devi Medical College and Research Centre, Mathura are alleging that the college administration is 'forcing' fourth-year students to come to college for semester examination. The students of the college have written several emails to the college and the university but they haven't received any response so far.
Chief Economists at the World Economic Forum on Thursday talked about the global economic outlook in the time of coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic is predicted to result in the largest contraction in global per capita income since 1870.
The Delhi Technological University (DTU) on Tuesday announced that the end-term examination for all programmes including Ph.D will be cancelled.
CBSE Class 12 Result 2020:The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the class 12 results on Monday. This year the girls have performed better than boys by 5.96 per cent. According to CBSE, the pass percentage of girls this year is 92.15 per cent. While the pass percentage of boys is 86.19 percent. Meanwhile, the pass percentage of transgender students is 66.67 per cent.
The Netaji Subhash University of Technology (NSUT) formerly known as Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology (NSIT) announced on Saturday that it will continue with the ongoing Open Book Examinations (OBE). This comes hours after Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia's announcement that all Delhi state university exams will be canceled.
Many of the students studying at JNU have no financial means other than the scholarship. The fact that so many parents have also lost their jobs due to the pandemic worsens the condition.
The Delhi Technological University (DTU) on Monday released the date-sheet for the upcoming examinations of 1st-3rd year students. As per the date-sheet, the DTU exams will begin from July 27, 2020. This notification comes amid the massive online protests of students against the exams.
There are thousands of aspiring doctors who are worried about their future today. Many of them are worried about the pending exams and their feasibility. To highlight their issue, the MBBS students have taken to social media and online channels to reach out to authorities seeking cancellation of their exams amid pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has put a massive challenge to not just doctors and health workers but across several sectors including education and higher studies. Considering the lockdown guidelines and social distancing norms during the pandemic, several state-level board exams, recruitment exams, university-level exams, and entrance exams have been postponed across the country.
Residents of DU's Ambedkar Ganguly Student House for Women on Thursday protested against the hostel authorities demanding the resignation of the warden for making controversial and objectionable remarks against a female student.
The students of Gargi College on Monday protested against the principal and the college administration over the mass molestation and harassment incident that rocked the campus during their Annual fest
A shocking incident has come to light from Delhi's Gargi College where girls were molested, groped and locked in the washroom by goons on loose in the campus. IndiaTvNews.com spoke to some of the girls who narrated their ordeal that is shameful and disgusting.
The upcoming assembly election in Delhi is approaching and the voters have, more or less, decided who they will vote for. Palam is one of the major suburbs and residential colonies in the national capital. The seat comes under the South Delhi Lok Sabha constituency. Palam is currently held by Aam Aadmi Party's Bhavna Gaur. In 2015, the AAP leader had won by 88637 votes, defeating Dharam Dev Solanki of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).